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Video: Crash reenactment highlights hospital’s trauma work

Footage for many hospital videos is typically limited to the sterile space of health care facilities. Not the case, however, for Barton Health.

Communicators and providers at Barton teamed up with Tahoe Production House to tell the story of Marty Greene, a mother of four young children who was seriously injured in a car wreck. The six-minute documentary recently premiered at Barton’s Foundation Gala, which is appropriate, given that Greene is employed by that organization. 

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According to Tahoe Production House, one especially interesting aspect of the project was reenacting the crash that the 39-year-old Greene was in, as she played the patient in the video.

Take a look:


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